This dramatic swooping home has expansive glass walls that transition to a roof, bringing the beautiful natural surrounding into the home's interior.
We're impressed by the ingenuity of these Switch lights, that look like a standard rocker switch, but actually conceal a subtle ambient light, and can be tilted up or down, as needed.
Does your living room beg for more of a TIE Fighter aesthetic? Maybe an elaborate chandelier of people battling with light sabers?
In a clever little marketing ploy and nostalgia trip, IKEA recreates famous living rooms form TV shows, using their line of furniture. From The Simpson's to Friends to Stranger Things, the sets are familiar, though each of the chairs, couches, and lamps …
Illustrator Charles Schridde made his mark by visualizing the home of the future. Check out this series of amazing retro-futuristic homes.
Presented as a concept at the Milan Furniture Fair, Panasonic collaborated with famed Swiss design company Vitra to design the Vitrine, a shadow-box that is transparent when off, and a television when on.
An impressive bookstore in China features a massive chandelier that is meant to mimic pages floating in the air.
Collaborating with artists in the UK, IKEA has created a series called Wildhomes for Wildlife, utilizing old furniture pieces in funky and innovative ways.
The Naturecruiser is an elegant riverboat, meant for very slow but deliberate travel on rivers and lakes.
IKEA has a new line that is in collaboration with a number of talented African artists. The line called ÖVERALLT is full of bold patterns, warm colors, and a unique sense of style.
Created by German-based Nui Studio, the Mygdal Plantlight is a premium light that is meant for a growing plant inside. Utilizing state-of-the-art electrically conductive glass, the Plantlight creates a hermetically sealed environment with just the right moisture and light for healthy plant …
A artfully created series by creative agency Diván that explores colorful monochrome set design.
The classic Eero Saarinen-designed TWA Terminal at JFK has been completely remade into a 500 room mid-century hotel masterpiece.
This simple, unassuming plastic chair is more important than it seems. Made from collected and discarded plastic fishing nets, it represents an important step in the movement to salvage trash and repurpose harmful waste into useful goods.